September 30 was christened “International Translation/Interpretation Day” by the United Nations in 1991. Since then, the date has been used to commemorate the role translators and interpreters play in connecting nations, as well as fostering peace, understanding, and development.
For nearly 40 years, we at LanguageLine Solutions have had a front-row seat to witness the miraculous work that linguists do each day. There is quite literally no sector of life that they don’t impact for the better.Read More
LanguageLine Solution’s services – the services with which it supports you and the people that you in turn support every day, have been purposely designed with the very highest levels of business continuity built-in.Read More
During a period in which there is an urgent need to distribute information about coronavirus (COVID-19), it is vital to remember the diverse cultural population of this UK.
A natural question for healthcare providers, government agencies, and businesses would be, “What content should I prioritise having translated?”Read More
As a language solutions provider, we know that clear communication is the first step to achieving understanding. We also know that some of the terminology in our industry can be confusing to someone who’s not familiar with it.Read More
The battle between humans and artificial intelligence has been portrayed as pitched warfare in the media—an “either/or” battle for which there can be only one victor.Read More
Arriving at a website that wasn’t intended for you can feel a lot like traveling to a foreign country you hadn’t planned to visit.Read More
When it comes to investing in language interpretation and translation, “price” and “cost” are two very different things.
Price is obviously one of the biggest factors when making a business decision. But when choosing a language service provider (LSP) to interpret the various business languages you serve, there is more to price than meets the eye.Read More
The importance of providing translated materials to multicultural patients cannot be overemphasized.
Unfortunately, many healthcare organisations are not sure how to expand their language access programs to include healthcare translation services.Read More
The internet has opened the door to any company that wants to go global.
With one click, a consumer can now buy shoes from Paris while lying in bed in Beijing or sitting in a Buenos Aires coffee shop.Read More